Coplexia consultants are dedicated to helping control the complexities of collaboration to help autonomous cohorts work together as #VirtuallyOne collaborative to realise the promise of prosperity through partnerships.
We’ve innovated a unique collaboration model that makes other partnership models seem obsolete.
Grounded in English law, and registered with Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in the United Kingdom under trade classification code 99000–Extraterritorial Organization & Bodies for tax purposes, our collaboration framework provides globally dispersed autonomous organisations with an impartial non-profit structure through which to work together as #VirtuallyOne collaborative.
The framework underpins the blueprint for three types of outcome focused programme-partnership models, namely Concentric, Continuum and Communal. Collaborating cohorts enrol as members of our collaborative structure for the duration of a particular programme, or on an ongoing basis.
This has allowed us to build up communities of practice (CoP) through which to bolster our core areas of competence when supporting programme participants. We deliver these supportive services through non-profit focused Shared Service Centres (SSCs) with ensure regulatory and statutory compliance under the rules and regulations of a series of common quality management systems (QMS) developed over decades of research and field-based trials.
Supplier to the Crown
Under UK government, the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) represents the Minister for the Cabinet Office and acts on behalf of the Crown to drive savings for the taxpayer and improve the quality of commercial and procurement activity. CCS is an executive agency of the Cabinet Office and operates as a trading fund under the Government Trading Funds Act 1973. Its remit is to work with both departments and organisations across the whole of the public sector to ensure maximum value is extracted from every commercial relationship and to improve the quality of service delivery.
Coplexia has incorporated CCS Supplier collaboratives under various Framework Agreements for the supply of services through ‘Call-Off Contracts’ by organisations across the UK public sector including central and local government, health, education, the devolved administrations, the emergency services, defence and not-for-profit organisations.
In the UK, the Legal Services Board is responsible for overseeing the regulation of all lawyers in England and Wales. There are eight separate regulators directly regulating different types of lawyer, of which the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) regulates solicitors and the law firms of England and Wales, as well as non-lawyers who can be either managers or employees of firms that they regulate, and other types of lawyers such as registered foreign lawyers (RFLs) and registered European lawyers (RELs).
Through the development of the Legal Services Continuum (LSC) programme in October 2017, Coplexia devised a collaborative that became an ‘alternative business structure’ (ABS) Licensed Body authorised and regulated by the SRA to own and manage law firms in England and Wales, until February 2022. In that time, the programme helped regulated solicitor practices to improve profitability by 197%; blow the whistle on regulatory breaches and the mishandling of c£4m of client monies; and unearthed several decades of fraudulent activity amounting to an estimated £32m of client assets being dishonestly retained from the rightful owners and beneficiaries of will trusts.
Coplexia is currently assisting the SRA and Specialist Economic Crime Unit of the Metropolitan police to investigate ongoing concerns in relation to possible Money Laundering and suspected probate property fraud.
The quality and compliance controls of our collaborative structures are centrally coordinated and governed by Coplexia Corporation Ltd (the Corporation), a private limited company incorporated and registered in England & Wales:-
- Company Registration No.: 11115325
- Registered Address: 4 Longwalk, Stockley Park, Uxbridge, UB11 1FE, United Kingdom
- Dun & Bradstreet D-U-N-S® Number: 223565338
- VAT No.: GB 285168963
- ICO Cert No.: ZA305538
We work together as #VirtuallyOne.